who expressed their sympathy to me and my family following my mother's passing.
Tom, You are a true gentleman. I am honored to have you as a friend.
Brian (Tankless), Your kind words are greatly appreciated.
Jamie, You and the entire Pompetti crew are first class all the way.
Jeff, What can I say. You're the best... By the way, get ready to start hanging posters in the supply houses.
Alan, Always a friend. See you in June.
Jackchips, Thanks for your kind words.
Mark (Hunt)and Mark (ME), Thanks for the prayers.
PJO, Your sentiments helped ease the pain.
Pat (C), Thanks for your long distance wishes and thoughts.
Pat (L), Thanks for your not-so-long distance wishes and thoughts.
Kevin, Thanks for the kind words.
Larry, My thought and prayers go right back at you for the loss of your mother.
John (Hall), You are absolutely correct about moms being the most special people God puts on Earth. Thanks for your thought buddy.
Scott, With friends like you we're never alone.
Darin, The memories I'll carry with me will guide me for the rest of my life. Thanks.
Ross, Thanks for your expression of sympathy. We'll have to do dinner at Gene and Georgetti's next time we're all in Chicago.
Larry, Thanks for being a great guy.
Mike T, Thanks for your wishes and the book is just about ready!
Mad Dog, What can I say? Thanks for everything.
Boiler Guy, Thanks for the north-of-the-border wishes.
Hot Rod, You're "sad face" says more than you know. Thanks buddy.
Christian, Thank you for your kind words.
Paul, Thank you and your family for expressing your sympathy.
Alfred, You are a gentleman. Thank you.
Dave, Thank you for your sympathy.
Dan, Thanks for all you do. Thanks for the phone calls. Thanks for the support. Thanks for being you.
John (Levey), I can't thank you and the Levey family enough. You guys are absolutely awesome.
The HVAC guys (and girls) at SCCC, Thanks for everything. You are the best...